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Old 04-16-2012, 07:12 PM   #621
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Old 04-16-2012, 07:28 PM   #622
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Dang it! I keep talking myself out of this piemaker and then you all go and post stuff like asparagus quiche, peach pies and corn muffins.
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Old 04-16-2012, 09:12 PM   #623
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MMMM....Chutney, brandied peaches and salsa. Great ideas, they all sound good..oh and pies..lol
The asparagus frittata sounds great! I didn't even think about doing the eggs without some kind of crust..now my gears are spinning. So many things you can do with this thing. The cornbread muffins look awesome, I am a sucker for cornbread.
Didn't make any pies today, maybe tomorrow. I am ready to start experimenting. What other things have you all tried without posting? Has anyone made cakes yet? I could think of some interesting things with that too. Like put some cake mix in, then some cream cheese, and then more batter. Bet that would be good! Hmmmm...I hear it calling my name!
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MMMM....Chutney, brandied peaches and salsa. Great ideas, they all sound good..oh and pies..lol
The asparagus frittata sounds great! I didn't even think about doing the eggs without some kind of crust..now my gears are spinning. So many things you can do with this thing. The cornbread muffins look awesome, I am a sucker for cornbread.
Didn't make any pies today, maybe tomorrow. I am ready to start experimenting. What other things have you all tried without posting? Has anyone made cakes yet? I could think of some interesting things with that too. Like put some cake mix in, then some cream cheese, and then more batter. Bet that would be good! Hmmmm...I hear it calling my name!
Cake mixes work well with this pie maker. All you need to do is watch how far you fill the mold about a 1/4 C, keep an eye on the time. 15 min should do it for a batch. Use the batter at room temp. You could use whipped cream piped into the cooled cakes for mini cupcakes. Kids really eat them up. Packs easy in lunches.

I've made brownies as well. They were yummy, slightly undercooked with a nice chocolate sauce drizzled over the top. Here we call them Dad's Brownie Bombs. He's blown his diet.. neah neah..

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Old 04-18-2012, 02:48 PM   #625
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Espresso Machine !

I love my Espresso Machine and my Dish Washer ...


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Old 04-18-2012, 09:16 PM   #626
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Espresso Machine !

I love my Espresso Machine and my Dish Washer ...


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I do love my coffee! I have a nice machine now that gives me exactly what I want.

My Dishwasher:
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